Located in the southern downtown area of Montreal, this new home for the Canadiens hockey club is a state-of-the-art facility that seats more than 21,000 spectators. Originally known as the Molson Centre, it is used not only for sports events but also for rock and pop concerts, various exhibitions and events. Visitors can tour its multi-functional amphitheater and Hall of Fame, enjoy a drink in the Jacques Beauchamp Lounge and even get a chance to see the Canadians' dressing room. The Canadians' Souvenir Boutique located here sells everything in sportswear, posters, autographed sticks and other hockey-related accessories.
With a lot of history behind it, Le National is a theater located in the city, giving audiences an excellent venue to catch a play or a performance. The theater looks amazing with excellent lighting and good seating; what more could audiences ask for? It can also be rented out for corporate events and functions.
Home to one of the more upscale neighborhoods of the city, Avenue du Parc offers a fair share of attractions, be it stylish boutiques, restaurants, cafes or bars. Amid all this chaos, there lies the imposingly grand building of the Théâtre Rialto. A silent observer to the neighborhood's history, this neo-baroque landmark was built between 1923-1924, and served as a popular cinema house for several decades, shutting down in 1990. For several years hence, the theater remained unused, undergoing some modifications and renovations. Since 2010, however, the theater has been re-opened and is today a prominent venue for various cultural and entertainment venues. Be it concerts, live theater, or film screenings, Théâtre Rialto is an ideal venue. Call or see the website to know more.
This huge complex is the center of the city's large-scale culture. The buildings themselves are a striking landmark in the Latin Quarter, while their various concert halls and theaters are home to the Opéra de Montréal, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and other local companies. The entire complex is linked to the Underground City. The individual halls are the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Théâtre Maisonneuve, Théâtre Jean-Duceppe, Studio-théâtre, Maison Symphonique, and Le Cinquième Salle.
Montreal's premier English-language theater company is housed in a beautiful Old Montreal building that was once the city's stock exchange. Under the direction of Gordon McCall, the theater reaches out to both traditional and non-traditional theatergoers with a diverse program. The theater is used for other events throughout the season.
Canada's second largest soccer stadium, Saputo was inaugurated in May 2008. Home of Montreal Impact, Montreal's major league soccer team, the stadium can host up to 20,801 spectators. Located in Olympic Park, this stadium is your go-to for some heart-pumping sports action while in the city. One of the city's top sporting venues, Saputo Stadium is a must-visit for soccer fans while visiting Montreal. The events schedule is available via the Montreal Impact website and tickets are available both online and at the venue.
Many still remember the first time they saw an IMAX presentation, during Expo's in the city. The thrill is still there today, when spectacular films projected on a gigantic screen make you feel as if you are part of the action. A rotating program of new films and classics is presented by IMAX Telus Montreal Science Centre, which is now under the stewardship of the Montréal Science Centre. Call or check website for ticket prices.
A dazzling venue situated between the Saint Lawrence river and the old Montreal neighborhood, Terrasses is a premier entertainment venue. Celebrities like Rihanna, Drake are regularly spotted here. The premises has a trendy bar, bistro with a patio, a chic lounge and a VIP venue with an amazing view for private events.
Also known as the SAT, the Société Des Arts Technologiques (Society for Arts & Technology) was established in the year 1996 and since then has been dedicated to making advancements in the field of digital technology. This center provides space for researchers, technical experts and students for further innovations in the digital world. SAT provides an international platform for its scientists to mingle with other experts in this field, and also conducts exhibitions and educational programs with the same purpose. In keeping with its goal, SAT has a wide space dedicated for techno music where concerts are hosted and artists from all over are invited to showcase their talent. If you are interested in attending one of these hi-tech concerts, you can browse through their website for upcoming events.
A brand new and quite striking concert hall in the lower part of downtown, this intimate venue brings years of management experience from its old location on Parc Avenue, a club now known as Kola Note. Designed with diversity in mind, this venue is as likely to host comedy as it is jazz, pop or electronic music. It is more or less in competition with the older, more traditional charm of the Cabaret and kicks into high gear during the Montreal International Jazz Festival and the Francofolies.
Well-organized events, comedy shows or musicals, it's all happening here at the Theatre Ste. Catherine in Montreal. There are regular workshops for narrative story-building for all those interested. The theater organizes a fun event wherein the writers, directors, actors and many other artists get together to create a play in just one day.